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Math in Focus Online:
Think Central

Math Fact Practice

Remember that in addition to your math homework, you should be practicing your math facts every night for at least five minutes.  Start with addition and subtraction.  After you master those, add in multiplication and division.
Great Math Fact Practice Site!

Multiplication Practice- this site has helpful tricks for remembering facts and much, much more
Multiplication Site

Geometry Extra Fun & Practice:

For any polyhedron, what is the relationship between the number of faces, vertices, and edges?  Find out here:
Geometric Solids

Great site for all things geometry:
Excellent Geometry Site!

This is a game that reviews names of 2D geometric shapes.  Click on the circle, square and triangle, select a game (either is good), and then press play.
2D geometry Concentration

Fun game for practicing the vocabulary from this unit.  If the picture of the term goes away, you match it correctly.  If the picture DOESN'T go away, it was NOT right. They'll give you a new word and go back to the one you got wrong later.
Geometry Vocabulary Game

Click here for printable flashcards of geometric shapes.  Instructions on how to construct the cards are on this page also.
3D Solid Flashcards

2D Shape Flashcards

Organizing Data

Partial Sums Example- with Mrs. Mele

Construct bar graphs:
Bar Grapher

Multiplication and Division Extra Fun & Practice

Click on this link to go to Jan Brett's (author/illustrator) page where you can print out multiplication flash cards with cute illustrations.  Instructions on how to construct the cards are on this page also.
Printable Multiplication Flashcards

Decimals and Their Uses

Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation

Help for all algorithms
Everyday Math Resources

Click on the following for math tutorials of:

Partial Products Example- with Mrs. Mele

Everyday Math Partial Products Example

Division, Map Reference Frames; Measures of Angles

Everyday Math resource for help with division algorithms.
Help with algorithms

Perimeter and Area

3 Levels to challenge your knowledge of area and perimeter
Area and Perimeter